Integrated Resource Plan (2019) is the first update of the original IRP2011.

Integrated Resource Plan (2019) aims to decommission over 35 GW (of 42 GW currently operating) of Eskom’s coal generation capacity by 2050, with 5.4 GW already by 2022 and 10.5 GW by 2030. The plan outlines 7.2 GW of new coal capacity will be built (5.7 GW already under construction and 1.5 GW to be commissioned by 2030) and renewables-based power generation capacity to increase with an additional 15.8 GW for wind and 7.4 GW for solar by 2030.

Lastly, there is no new nuclear capacity procurement actual capacity planning until 2030, but operational lifetime of the Koeberg power plant by 20 years suggested.